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I fixed my error[edit]

Okay, I fixed the error, so thanks for the feedback. Let me know if I make enough of an error. Frieza1500 (talk) 10:57, 19, September 2014.

BracketBot – Hatashe[edit]

Hi BracketBot, thanks to detect the error of List of unpaired brackets found on the page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Malan_(computer_scientist) in Research, Publication and Activities. Any further notification, message, suggestion and knock to make correction will be highly appreciated. Hasanuzzaman T Shemul (talk) 02:43, 19 September 2014 (UTC)

You're welcome, thank you for fixing that. Huon (talk) 14:21, 20 September 2014 (UTC)

User talk:Peter Horn#September 2014[edit]

Re: Indian locomotive class WDM-3A#Technical specifications

{|border=1 to be left alone, removing the { would have disastrous results, the other issue {{convert|3,300|hp|kW|abbr=on|lk=on}} had already been corrected. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Peter Horn (talkcontribs) 03:01, September 20, 2014‎
I'll take a look and reply on your talk page. Huon (talk) 14:21, 20 September 2014 (UTC)

Afican Union's site vandalism[edit]

Dear BracketBot, I wrote this note to inform you that an editor is performing acts of vandalism in the website of the "African Union" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African_Union. Please I would appreciate if you could tell me who I should report this action?, the Board Index name is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Knisfo

This editor is changing again and again Infobox information concerning the official languages ​​of the "African Union". He is editing that are 4 Official Languages ​​(Arabic, English, French and Portuguese) without any source of information, when Official Languages ​​of the Organization (attached in this PDF information) are 6; (Arabic, English, French, Portuguese, Spanish and Swahili) thanks and regards.

Protocol on Amendments to the Constitutive Act of the African Union: Article 11, Official Languages.  Enciclopediaenlinea (talk) 18:01, 20 September 2014 (UTC)

@Enciclopediaenlinea: This doesn't look like vandalism to me but like a content dispute; the article talk page would be the place to discuss it. User:Knisfo is not claiming there are four official languages, but four working languages. And the official languages aren't just six; they also include "any other African language". I can see that focusing on the languages actually in use may be more helpful than giving the official list, which apparently is more an issue of symbolism than practical relevance. Huon (talk) 23:49, 20 September 2014 (UTC)

Dear Huon, User:Knisfo Is not giving accurate information on the Infobox official language of the African Union, as the AU has no 4 working languages, African Union has 6 official languages ​​and "any African language." Either are official languages ​​may be used as a working language. Here is a video from Youtube where it takes place in one of the Summit of the African Union, the announcement of the formalization of the Spanish in the organization. Wikipedia is not giving accurate information on this issue because a publisher called User:Knisfo to change without any real source is allowed, just do not provide any evidence of his claim.

Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Obiang, "Announces Spanish as Official Language of African Union"

The announcement happened during a press conference on 30 July 2011 immediately following the third day of the 17th Ordinary African Union Summit at the Sipopo International Conference Center on the island of Bata in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXYtVDz29wc — Preceding unsigned comment added by 80.103.69.206 (talk) 01:39, 21 September 2014 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Enciclopediaenlinea (talkcontribs)


The "Protocol on Amendments to the Constitutive Act" has not been ratified (thus not entered into force) ... simple as that http://www.au.int/en/treaties Knisfo (talk) 16:21, 21 September 2014 (UTC)

Again, the article talk page is the appropriate place for such a discussion. I have left a comment there: Talk:African Union#Official languages redux. Huon (talk) 17:01, 21 September 2014 (UTC)

A barnstar for you![edit]

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Thank you for all your invaluable comments! I take them to heart. Deeply appreciated...but how do I write to you...don't think this is the way. And how do I key in {{sfn}}=? Cannot find it anywhere. Thanks!!! Miramaribelle (talk) 06:30, 21 September 2014 (UTC)

BracketBot – Miramaribelle[edit]

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Comment/question: Gosh, I just found this again--the way to reach you! Yesterday I hit the pink heart and left you a thank you, but I've no idea if it got to you. Thank you so very much, BracketBot, for your excellent guidance. I see you didn't work on my article yesterday--or at least, I don't think you did. But I'm most grateful for the editing you did--now I do think I've got the gist of it, what sorts of things to omit--and for your comments about my being Stuart's (not "Gloria's"!) daughter. It's a big big help. Also I hope I understand better about what goes into the footnotes. What I really would appreciate--although I'm hoping to finish today (it's noon in California as I write this)--is where the shortcut is for {{sfn|||page=}} . I looked in "Named references" but the only pertinent reference in a weird list is "Hello." The autobiography isn't listed. And I've tried to search all over the place for the way to it. One last thing: am I right in noting that Wiki's style is not to have the comma after "and" in a list? I understand about it in "cats, rats, and mice..." being "cats, rats and mice." But what about when the "and" connects phrases, such as "Stuart went out to play hopscotch, then she stood on her head, then she did a little jig, AND now she's in the shower singing a song." ??? Warmest best. And my husband asks me to ask where you are--and are you employed by Wiki to do this fine work or simply a generous good-hearted soul? Btw, I have contributed cash money to Wiki for several years...I so believe in and applaud it. Hugs! Miramaribelle (talk) 19:07, 21 September 2014 (UTC)

BracketBot – Miramaribelle[edit]

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Comment/question: Found and deleted the two errant brackets. Thanks!!! Boy, you're fast! Now would you be able to tell me where the shortcut is for this: {{sfn|Stuart|1999|page=}} I have a few pages to go and it would be very helpful. I keep having to copy and paste it. Also: Stuart's death certificate says what I wrote at the top of her article. I see it's in red, which I imagine means Wiki thinks it's suspect. How do I cite the death certificate? I worked on Arthur Sheekman's article today. It was appalling--outrageous. Someone had him graduating from U Minn. when he only took one class and had to quit. But for cause of death I put in what his certificate says--it was not Alzheimer's, as has been said all over the place. How do I verify this for Wiki? I am SO GRATEFUL for your help, Mr. Brit...keep those cards and letters coming! SVT Miramaribelle (talk) 00:06, 22 September 2014 (UTC)

BracketBot – Miramaribelle[edit]

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Comment/question: Hi, BracketBot. I'm finished (with Gloria Stuart). I do have to check out the external links and stuff at the bottom, but I've entered all that I prepared for the article. I also want to add more photographs--and I have a good one for Arthur Sheekman. This has taken me one month. But what a ride! I hope I can hear some critiques from your end. thanks again, so much. WHO ARE YOU? :) SVT Miramaribelle (talk) 07:52, 22 September 2014 (UTC)

I'll reply on your talk page. Huon (talk) 19:10, 22 September 2014 (UTC)

BracketBot – Jogmel[edit]

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Comment/question: Thanks for your comments regarding unpaired brackets on this page caused by my most recent edit. My apologies for these 2 unpaired brackets - I shall fix. Apologies also for the delay - I've only just checked my Wikipedia messages for the first time since setting up my account. Although I use Wikipedia a fair bit, the Complete Mozart Philips Edition entry is the ONLY addition or modification I have ever made and I didn't expect any correspondence on it. I hope you found the addition of all the artists for the various boxes to be useful to your needs.

Kind regards

John O'Grady, Melbourne, Australia, Jogmel (talk) 13:27, 22 September 2014 (UTC)

BracketBot – Jogmel[edit]

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Comment/question: Hello Again. I have found the offending unpaired brackets and corrected them on the Wikipedia page.

Thanks again for this and for your incredible eye for detail!

John O'Grady, Melbourne, Australia, Jogmel (talk) 13:36, 22 September 2014 (UTC)

You're welcome, thank you for fixing it! Huon (talk) 19:10, 22 September 2014 (UTC)

BracketBot – Murrayaronson[edit]

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Murrayaronson (talk) 01:30, 23 September 2014 (UTC)I just want to make sure that I want to add to Centenarians (actors, filmmakers, and entertainers) the German-born stage director MARTIN MAGNER who died at 101 in around 2001-2. MARTIN MAGNER directed plays by George Bernard Shaw and Gerhart Hauptmann in pre-Nazi Germany, was dramaturg of the German Opera House, Prague in the late 30's until the Nazi takeover. In the USA Magner directed early television, including such series as The Goldbergs. Magner directed theater plays in Los Angeles throughout the 70's and into the 90's. His last play was Friedrich Duerrenmatt's PLAY STRINDBERG starring Salome Jens. Magner was probably the oldest practicing stage director at that time.